Berkeley Police Association takes public stand against the Chief

A recent incident with the Berkeley Police Department has brought forward the Berkeley Police Association taking a public stand against Chief Meehan in a written statement:

“We, the members of the Berkeley Police Association, stand with our community and share in their concerns about the appearance and correctness of the Chief’s orders, and are gravely concerned about the impact his actions will have on our ability to maintain the vital trust of the community we serve. We are committed to providing the best possible service to the community, and protecting the Constitutional rights of the citizens of Berkeley to whom we ultimately answer. We do not believe that the actions taken by Chief Meehan represent the will, spirit, or sentiment of the membership of the Berkeley Police Association.”

Quoted in Berkeleyside, March 11, 2012. For the full article:

www.berkeleyside.com/2012/03/11/questions-remain-about-berkeley-police-chiefs-actions/

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